Certain functional articles, like television or other similar home appliances should be kept neatly. Wires that are either dangling or laid down the floor should be kept at an utmost minimum. Position these appliances near the electric sockets, if that is not completely possible then try to “hide” these wires on other articles such as magazine racks or bookshelves.
Keep all of the articles’ functionality as good as possible. A piano for the spacious living room might give that stunning beauty and elegant ambience that your room needs, but if no one in the house really knows how to use the piano, then you might as well go for something more economical.
Finally, you may actually want to remove some of your articles in the living room. Added design is good, but too much design is not. Having too much “clutter” of design in the living room just jumbles and distorts the actual theme that you want your living room to have. Remove articles which are too repetitive or just duplicates another articles’ purpose in the living room. This way, you are also able to free the much needed space of a living room, because the living room is a room of many kinds of activities, a room, where you can create special memories with your friends, family, and loved ones.